MIKE EVANS

Updated:

INJURY RISK

2020:

Long-Term:

1/5

2/5

Bottom Line:
Expect Evans to start 2020 fully recovered from his latest hamstring injury. His performance expectations should be set based on Weeks 2-13 (97 yards and 0.6 touchdowns per game), after recovering from the flu and before injuring his hamstring. Overall low level of concern.

Major Injuries:
2019 - Hamstring strain, Week 14 (missed 3 games); Flu, early season (no missed games)
2016 - concussion (no missed games)
2015 - hamstring strain (missed 1 game)
2014 - groin strain (missed 1 game)

Games Played:
2019 - 13/16
2018 - 16/16
2017 - 15/16
2016 - 16/16
2015 - 15/16
2014 - 15/16

Performance:
Expect Evans to start 2020 fully healthy with a level of play similar to Weeks 2-13 (post-flu recovery and pre-hamstring injury). Evans averaged 97 yards and 0.6 touchdowns per game during that stretch.

Durability:
Evans has had multiple muscle strains, including 2 hamstring-related issues. However, this is the most common lower extremity injury in the NFL and wide receivers account for ~20% of them. Therefore, we wouldn’t suggest that Evans is particularly susceptible. Overall, low short and long-term concern levels.

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